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“What DevOps and Parenting Have in Common” with Dawn Parzych of LaunchDarkly

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Two things converged in Dawn's life at the same time: DevOps and parenting. As she learned about various DevOps principles, Dawn realized I could also apply them to my parenting strategies. Hear Dawn share stories over the last six years about how DevOps frames her parenting adventures.


Dawn Parzych is a Developer Advocate at LaunchDarkly where she uses her storytelling prowess to write & speak about the intersection of technology and psychology. She enjoys helping people be more successful. She makes technical information accessible avoiding buzzwords & jargon whenever possible. Her articles have appeared in numerous technical publications. She serves as an organizer for Write/Speak/Code, the Seattle DevOps Meetup, and is on the organizing committee for DevOpsDays Seattle.


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